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big potential

Check out these guys. Fans of U2 and Coldplay will enjoy Incomplete Design and Gravity particularly. Also go back to their first cd and get Let Go, a real rocker.

AWESOME

i love the tender box they are an EXCELLENT band. If you like these songs Listen to their first album ITS UNBELIEVABLE. If you havent listened to them yet listen to the now. Also if you guys are reading this COME TO NEW YORK TO TOUR that would be awesome.

Nice change of pace

This EP definately has more of a rock edge to it as compared to "The Score", especially on "Another Lover". As good as "The Score" is, i like the change of pace on this EP. For just e few dollars, you won't be dissapointed when you buy it!

Biography

Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Los Angeles-based alt-rock band the Tender Box features Joey Medina (vocals/guitar), Steve Mungarro (bass/vocals), Chuck Gill (drums), and Ric Moon (guitar/synths). The four childhood friends grew up in the Mexican-American neighborhood of South Gate and listening to bands such as the Smiths, the Cure, and Depeche Mode was a regular part of their formative years in school. The Tender Box's own post-punk-influenced romance resonates with that of their heroes while also separating them from the...
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EP1, The Tender Box
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: May 13, 2009

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